Project Confusion – Blog
Project Confusion is a paper-based/classroom team working activity that can take as little as 30 minutes to complete. It is ideally suited to project team development situations. This Project Confusion – Blog describes the activity. Teaching team working theory is easy, but no two people are the same. Activities are required for students to learn through experience.
Project Confusion Now Available
Project Confusion is developed from an information sharing classroom based activity, modified to suit management students. The activity is designed to allow a class of up to 30 to experience project management within an hour lecture. Download a marketing Project Confusion Simulation Flier.
What is it? Who is it for? How Long Does it Take?
Project Confusion is a test of information sharing, communication, and leadership. There is problem that needs to solved via team-working, with a few red-herrings thrown in to add to the confusion!
The simulation was designed for Project Management students but is suitable for all. Project Team members who may be on a team-building course are ideal candidates. The activity is also suitable for those on a leadership or team-working development course. The activity takes around 30 minutes to complete, and 30 minutes to reflect and de-brief the learning points.
Project Confusion requires no Project Management experience. It can be used as an Ice-Breaker at the start of a training session to encourage communication and participation.
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Experiential Learning is Learning by Doing. Project Confusion allows team members to work on an activity through to completion, and then reflect on their, and others, behaviours.